Students’ Perspective and Attitude towards Distance Learning Using Video Conferencing Learning Platform during Covid-19 Pandemic in Indonesia

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Noer Risky Ramadhani
Muhammad Takwin Machmud

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The Coronavirus disease outbreak has caused the global panic that affected to the limitation of human activities, including teaching and learning process in schools. Since Indonesia government supported on Work from home (WFH) campaign, majority of schools emphasized distance learning by using video conferencing to conduct teaching and learning activity. Video conferencing technology is considered as an advantageous media for teaching and learning activities because of its ability to bring the classroom environment into digital form. This study has an objective to identify the quality of teaching and learning process using video conferencing platform based on students’ perspective and attitude. The sample of this study is 379 respondents from the junior and senior high schools students in Indonesia. The data collection is conducted using questionnaire based on students’ perception and attitude towards the use of video conferencing during covid-19 pandemic. The result is divided into two variables which are students’ perspective and attitude. Students’ perspective result shows positive response to the use of video conferencing in learning such as providing joyful learning, easiness to access learning activity, and easiness in completing a learning task. Furthermore, the result reveals that the video conferencing for learning is lacked in providing better understanding, and active and collaborative learning. Majority of the students faced technical issues as obstacles.

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